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Community Seminars


Raunchy Romance Storytime @ Lane Cove Library

Take one romance book lover, let her loose with a line-up of Australian actors and performers and get a night of the raunchiest, naughtiest, funniest, swooniest stories around. Once again we are excited to present this special adults-only storytime featuring Megan Alston, Steve Lynch and Tim McIntyre.

To make this event even more exciting we won’t be revealing the titles and authors until just before the show.

Wine and cheese will be available from 6:30pm
Where: Lane Cove Library, Library Walk, Lane Cove
When:  Monday 25 February, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Cost:   $5
Contact: To book online or call 9911 3591

International Women's Day

International Women's Day showcases the experiences, stories and lessons learnt by women who can inspire us all.

Join Council and hear from inspiring guest speakers (detailed below) who have achieved successes in their chosen fields. Gain an insight into their personal journeys through life, and the events and the people that have shaped their successes. The speakers will each give a talk, which will be followed by a facilitated Q&A panel.

  • Patricia Amphlett – ‘Little Pattie’ was a 14 year old Sydney schoolgirl when she topped the music charts in 1963. Still performing, she has been inducted into the Aria Hall of Fame & been awarded an OAM medal.
  • Alice Cheok – Alice is a counsellor working with Ku-ring-gai Youth Development Service, holds tertiary qualifications in both science and
    counselling, is an accomplished speaker and workshop presenter.
  • Dr Carla Harris – Carla has a PhD in environmental science, worked in gender equality and recently launched her own tech startup and was
    awarded funding by Blue Chilli which provides venture capital to women.
  • Kasia Jacquot – A Lane Cove local, Polish born folk artist, teacher and designer of patterns. Working predominantly in natural textiles utilising
    traditional embroidery and silk screen printing.
  • Alexandra Long – Alexandra is the Executive Officer of the Multicultural Youth Affairs Network (MYAN) NSW. Her experience spans the youth,
    settlement and education sectors in Australia and overseas

Where: Terrace Function Room, 1 Pottery Lane, Lane Cove

When: Thursday 14 March, 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Cost: $5 (includes finger food and refreshments)

Bookings essential via or phone 9911 3591.

Proudly brought to you by Lane Cove Council in conjunction with WAIG (Women’s Action and Information Group).